realme Buds Q vs realme Buds Air Neo vs realme Buds Air – Tangled Mess of realme Buds TWS Family

realme Buds Q vs realme Buds Air Neo vs realme Buds Air

With the trend of ommision of headphone jack being picked up by OEMs, the demand for wireless audio products has been on the rise. As a result, brands have started launching products to fill this void and meet the uprising category of wireless earphones, especially the truly wireless kind. realme India is no exception to this, as they made their entry in this segment by launching realme Buds Air, their first TWS, back in Dec’19. Following the success of the Buds Air, realme launched realme Buds Air Neo, which were kinda lite variant of realme Buds Air. Now, realme has launched the most affordable TWS in their realme Buds line-up, realme Buds Q. To help clear out the confusion on which one would suit the best of your needs, we have compiled realme Buds Q vs realme Buds Air Neo vs realme Buds Air, based on their specifications.

realme Buds Q vs realme Buds Air Neo vs realme Buds Air

realme Buds Q vs realme Buds Air Neo vs realme Buds Air specifications comparison,

realme Buds Qrealme Buds Air Neorealme Buds Air
Drivers10nm13nm12mm
TypeIn EarHalf-in EarHalf-in Ear
ChipR1 LiteR1R1
ControlsPlay/pause music playback
Launch voice assistant
Answer/hang up a call
Jump between tracks
Play/pause music playback
Launch voice assistant
Answer/hang up a call
Jump between tracks
Play/pause music playback
Launch voice assistant
Answer/hang up a call
Jump between tracks
App ConnectivityYes, realme LinkYes, realme LinkYes, realme Link
Bluetooth5.05.0
Google Fast Pairing
5.0
Google Fast Pairing
Bluetooth profilesBLE, HEP, HSP, A2DP, AVRCPBLE, HEP, HSP, A2DP, AVRCPBLE, HEP, HSP, A2DP, AVRCP
Audio CodecsSBC, AACSBC, AACSBC, AAC
CallingSingle micSingle micDual microphones for Environment noise cancellation
Wear DetectionNoNoYes, auto play/pause due to Infrared sensor
Low Latency ModeYes, ideal for gamingYes, ideal for gamingYes, ideal for gaming
Splash-proofIPX4 rated earbudsIPX4 rated earbudsYes
Charging portMicro-USBMicro-USBType-C
Wireless ChargingNoNoYes, 10W
Battery400mAh400mAh400mAh
Battery Life4.5 hours of standalone playback
20 hours with the case
3 hours of standalone playback
17 hours with the case
3 hours of standalone playback
17 hours with the case
Weight35.3 g42.3 g42.3 g
CasePlasticPlasticPlastic
FinishingMatteGlossyGlossy
ColorsWhite, Black, YellowWhite, Red, GreenWhite, Black, Yellow
PriceINR 1,999INR 2,999INR 3,999

realme has a made a tangled mess of TWS (pun intended) with these three TWS launched within 6 months and separated by a 1000 bucks against each other. realme Buds Air is the Flagship of all, has a Wear detection sensor, Wireless Charging, Type-C charging, and Dual-mic. realme Buds Air Neo have a larger 13mm driver with stripped off features from Buds Air at a cheaper price. The newest member, realme Buds Q is lighter and has an in-ear design with a longer-lasting battery among all and is cheapest of all. Overall all 3 share the same DNA and you can’t go wrong with any of them, but Buds Q emerges as the value for money. realme Central aims to become a one-stop solution for realme users across the globe, join us on Twitter, and Telegram.

This comparison is based on the product specification mentioned on official realme India website.

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